W. Amon, U. K. Binne, H. Bryant, P. J. Jenkins, C. E. Karstegl et al., Lytic cycle gene regulation of Epstein-Barr virus, J. Virol, vol.78, pp.13460-13469, 2004.
DOI : 10.1128/jvi.78.24.13460-13469.2004

URL : https://jvi.asm.org/content/78/24/13460.full.pdf

V. Arumugaswami, T. T. Wu, D. Martinez-guzman, Q. Jia, H. Deng et al., ORF18 Is a transfactor that is essential for late gene transcription of a gammaherpesvirus, J. Virol, vol.80, pp.9730-9740, 2006.

V. Aubry, F. Mure, B. Mariamé, T. Deschamps, L. S. Wyrwicz et al., Epstein-Barr virus late gene transcription depends on the assembly of a virus-specific preinitiation complex, J. Virol, vol.88, pp.12825-12838, 2014.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01911064

T. W. Bastian, R. , and S. A. , Identification of sequences in herpes simplex virus type 1 ICP22 that influence RNA polymerase II modification and viral late gene expression, J. Virol, vol.83, pp.128-139, 2009.

P. Bell, P. M. Lieberman, and G. G. Maul, Lytic but not latent replication of epstein-barr virus is associated with PML and induces sequential release of nuclear domain 10 proteins, J. Virol, vol.74, pp.11800-11810, 2000.

M. Bergbauer, M. Kalla, A. Schmeinck, C. Gobel, U. Rothbauer et al., CpG-methylation regulates a class of Epstein-Barr virus promoters, PLoS Pathog, vol.6, p.1001114, 2010.
DOI : 10.1371/journal.ppat.1001114

URL : https://journals.plos.org/plospathogens/article/file?id=10.1371/journal.ppat.1001114&type=printable

D. Brown, D. Wagner, X. Li, J. A. Richardson, and E. N. Olson, Dual role of the basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor scleraxis in mesoderm formation and chondrogenesis during mouse embryogenesis, Development, vol.126, pp.4317-4329, 1999.

S. Buratowski, The basics of basal transcription by RNA polymerase II, Cell, vol.77, pp.1-3, 1994.

M. J. Carrozza and N. Deluca, The high mobility group Protein 1 is a coactivator of herpes simplex Virus ICP4 in vitro, J. Virol, vol.72, pp.6752-6757, 1998.

M. J. Carrozza and N. A. Deluca, Interaction of the viral activator protein ICP4 with TFIID through TAF250, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.16, pp.3085-3093, 1996.

C. P. Chang, C. L. Malone, and M. F. Stinski, A human Cytomegalovirus early gene has three inducible promoters that are regulated differentially at various times after infection, J. Virol, vol.63, pp.281-290, 1989.

J. Chang and D. Ganem, On the control of late gene expression in Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (human herpesvirus-8), J. Gen. Virol, vol.81, pp.2039-2047, 2000.

P. J. Chang, Y. S. Chang, and S. T. Liu, Characterization of the BcLF1 promoter in Epstein-Barr virus, J. Gen. Virol, vol.79, 1998.

T. J. Chapa, Y. Perng, A. R. French, Y. , and D. , Murine Cytomegalovirus protein pM92 Is a conserved regulator of viral late gene expression, J. Virol, vol.88, pp.131-142, 2013.

H. Chen, F. Lu, and P. M. Lieberman, Epigenetic regulation of EBV and KSHV latency, Curr. Opin. Virol, vol.3, pp.251-259, 2013.
DOI : 10.1016/j.coviro.2013.03.004

URL : http://europepmc.org/articles/pmc3947873?pdf=render

Y. M. Chen and D. M. Knipe, A dominant mutant form of the herpes simplex virus ICP8 protein decreases viral late gene transcription, Virology, vol.221, pp.281-290, 1996.

Y. Chiu, A. U. Sugden, and B. Sugden, Epstein-barr viral productive amplification reprograms nuclear architecture, dna replication, and histone deposition, Cell Host Microbe, vol.14, pp.607-618, 2013.
DOI : 10.1016/j.chom.2013.11.009

URL : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chom.2013.11.009

H. Chua, H. Lee, S. Chang, C. Lu, T. Yeh et al., Role of the TSG101 gene in Epstein-Barr virus late gene transcription, J. Virol, vol.81, pp.2459-2471, 2007.

D. M. Coen, S. P. Weinheimer, and S. L. Mcknight, A genetic approach to promoter recognition during trans induction of viral gene expression, Science, vol.234, pp.53-59, 1986.

F. Costanzo, G. Campadelli-fiume, L. Foa-tomasi, C. , and E. , Evidence that herpes simplex virus DNA is transcribed by cellular RNA polymerase B, J. Virol, vol.21, pp.996-1001, 1977.

C. Cuevas-bennett and T. Shenk, Dynamic histone H3 acetylation and methylation at human Cytomegalovirus promoters during replication in fibroblasts, J. Virol, vol.82, pp.9525-9536, 2008.

T. Daikoku, A. Kudoh, M. Fujita, Y. Sugaya, H. Isomura et al., Architecture of replication compartments formed during Epstein-Barr virus lytic replication, J. Virol, vol.79, pp.3409-3418, 2005.

A. K. Datta and R. E. Hood, Mechanism of inhibition of Epstein-Barr virus replication by phosphonoformic acid, Virology, vol.114, issue.81, pp.90251-90259, 1981.

Z. H. Davis, E. Verschueren, G. M. Jang, K. Kleffman, J. R. Johnson et al., Global mapping of herpesvirus-host protein complexes reveals a transcription strategy for late Genes, Mol. Cell, vol.57, pp.349-360, 2015.

N. A. Deluca and P. A. Schaffer, Activation of immediate-early, early, and late promoters by temperature-sensitive and wild-type forms of herpes simplex virus type 1 protein ICP4, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.5, 1985.

N. A. Deluca and P. A. Schaffer, Activities of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) ICP4 genes specifying nonsense peptides, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.15, pp.4491-4511, 1987.

D. Dennis and J. R. Smiley, Transactivation of a late herpes simplex virus promoter, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.4, pp.544-551, 1984.

D. Eick and M. Geyer, The RNA polymerase II carboxy-terminal domain (CTD) code, Chem. Rev, vol.113, pp.8456-8490, 2013.

A. El-guindy, F. Lopez-giraldez, H. Delecluse, J. Mckenzie, and G. Miller, A locus encompassing the Epstein-Barr Virus bglf4 kinase regulates expression of genes encoding viral structural proteins, PLoS Pathog, vol.10, p.1004307, 2014.

R. D. Everett, Trans activation of transcription by herpes virus products: requirement for two HSV-1 immediate-early polypeptides for maximum activity, EMBO J, vol.3, pp.3135-3141, 1984.

S. W. Faber and K. W. Wilcox, Association of the herpes simplex virus regulatory protein ICP4 with specific nucleotide sequences in DNA, Nucleic Acid Res, vol.11, pp.6067-6083, 1986.

R. Feederle, A. M. Mehl-lautscham, H. Bannert, and H. Delecluse, The Epstein-Barr virus protein kinase BGLF4 and the exonuclease BGLF5 have opposite effects on the regulation of viral protein production, J. Virol, vol.83, pp.10877-10891, 2009.

E. D. Fixman, G. S. Hayward, H. , and S. D. , Trans-acting requirements for replication of Epstein-Barr virus ori-Lyt, J. Virol, vol.66, pp.5030-5039, 1992.

E. D. Fixman, G. S. Hayward, H. , and S. D. , Replication of Epstein-Barr virus oriLyt: lack of a dedicated virally encoded origin-binding protein and dependence on Zta in cotransfection assays, J. Virol, vol.69, pp.2998-3006, 1995.

M. J. Freeman, P. , and K. L. , DNA-binding properties of a herpes simplex virus immediate early protein, J. Virol, vol.44, pp.1084-1087, 1982.

G. E. Fronko, W. K. Long, B. Wu, T. Papadopoulos, H. et al., Relationship between methylation status and expression of an EpsteinBarr virus (EBV) capsid antigen gene, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun, vol.159, pp.263-270, 1989.

M. Gao and D. M. Knipe, Potential role for herpes simplex virus ICP8 DNA replication protein in stimulation of late gene expression, J. Virol, vol.65, pp.2666-2675, 1991.

E. Gershburg, S. Raffa, M. R. Torrisi, and J. S. Pagano, Epstein-Barr virusencoded protein kinase (BGLF4) is involved in production of infectious virus, J. Virol, vol.81, pp.5407-5412, 2007.

P. J. Godowski and D. M. Knipe, Transcriptional control of herpesvirus gene expression: gene functions required for positive and negative regulation, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.83, pp.256-260, 1986.

D. Gong, N. C. Wu, Y. Xie, J. Feng, L. Tong et al., , 2014.

, Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus ORF18 and ORF30 are essential for late gene expression during lytic replication, J. Virol, vol.88, pp.11369-11382

B. Grondin and N. Deluca, Herpes simplex virus type 1 ICP4 promotes transcription preinitiation complex formation by enhancing the binding of TFIID to DNA, J. Virol, vol.74, pp.11504-11510, 2000.

H. Gruffat, F. Kadjouf, B. Mariamé, and E. Manet, The Epstein-Barr virus BcRF1 gene product is a TBP-like protein with an essential role in late gene expression, J. Virol, vol.86, pp.6023-6032, 2012.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00965882

B. Gu and N. Deluca, Requirements for activation of the herpes simplex virus glycoprotein C promoter in vitro by the viral regulatory protein ICP4, J. Virol, vol.68, pp.7953-7965, 1994.

B. Gu, R. Kuddus, and N. A. Deluca, Repression of activatormediated transcription by herpes simplex virus ICP4 via a mechanism involving interactions with the basal transcription factors TATA-binding protein and TFIIB, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.15, pp.3618-3626, 1995.

J. F. Guzowski, J. Singh, and E. K. Wagner, Transcriptional activation of the herpes simplex virus type 1 UL38 promoter conferred by the cis-acting downstream activation sequence is mediated by a cellular transcription factor, J. Virol, vol.68, pp.7774-7789, 1994.

J. F. Guzowski and E. K. Wagner, Mutational analysis of the herpes simplex virus type 1 strict late UL38 promoter/leader reveals two regions critical in transcriptional regulation, J. Virol, vol.67, pp.5098-5108, 1993.

W. Hammerschmidt and B. Sugden, Identification and characterization of ORIlyt, a lytic origin of DNA replication of Epstein-Barr virus, Cell, vol.55, pp.427-433, 1988.

F. L. Homa, J. C. Glorioso, and M. Levine, A specific 15-bp TATA box promoter element is required for expression of a herpes simplex virus type 1 late gene, Genes Dev, vol.2, pp.40-53, 1988.

R. W. Honess, R. , and B. , Regulation of herpesvirus macromolecular synthesis. I. Cascade regulation of the synthesis of three groups of viral proteins, J Virol, vol.14, pp.8-19, 1974.

R. W. Honess, R. , and B. , Regulation of herpesvirus macromolecular synthesis: sequential transition of polypeptide synthesis requires functional viral polypeptides, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.72, pp.1276-1280, 1975.

C. Iftode and S. J. Flint, Viral DNA synthesis-dependent titration of a cellular repressor activates transcription of the human adenovirus type 2 IVa2 gene, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.101, pp.17831-17836, 2004.

H. Isomura, M. F. Stinski, A. Kudoh, T. Murata, S. Nakayama et al., Noncanonical TATA sequence in the UL44 late promoter of human Cytomegalovirus is required for the accumulation of late viral transcripts, J. Virol, vol.82, pp.1638-1646, 2008.

H. Isomura, M. F. Stinski, A. Kudoh, S. Nakayama, S. Iwahori et al., The late promoter of the human Cytomegalovirus viral DNA polymerase processivity factor has an impact on delayed early and late viral gene products but not on viral DNA synthesis, J. Virol, vol.81, pp.6197-6206, 2007.

H. Isomura, M. F. Stinski, T. Murata, Y. Yamashita, T. Kanda et al., The human Cytomegalovirus gene products essential for late viral gene expression assemble into pre-replication complexes before viral DNA replication, J. Virol, vol.85, pp.6629-6644, 2011.

S. Jean, K. M. Levan, B. Song, M. Levine, and D. M. Knipe, Herpes simplex virus 1 ICP27 is required for transcription of two viral late (gamma 2) genes in infected cells, Virology, vol.283, pp.273-284, 2001.

Q. Jia, T. T. Wu, H. I. Liao, V. Chernishof, and R. Sun, Murine gammaherpesvirus 68 open reading frame 31 is required for viral replication, J. Virol, vol.78, pp.6610-6620, 2004.

R. Jia, X. Liu, M. Tao, M. Kruhlak, M. Guo et al., Control of the papillomavirus early-to-late switch by differentially expressed SRp20, J. Virol, vol.83, pp.167-180, 2009.

P. A. Johnson, E. , and R. D. , DNA replication is required for abundant expression of a plasmid-borne late US11 gene of herpes simplex virus type 1, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.14, pp.3609-3625, 1986.

P. A. Johnson, E. , and R. D. , The control of herpes simplex virus type-1 late gene transcription: a "TATA-box"/cap site region is sufficient for fully efficient regulated activity, Nucl Acids Res, vol.14, pp.8247-8264, 1986.

P. A. Johnson, C. Maclean, H. S. Marsden, R. G. Dalziel, E. et al., The product of gene US11 of herpes simplex virus type 1 is expressed as a true late gene, J. Gen. Virol, vol.67, pp.871-883, 1986.

F. Juillard, Q. Bazot, F. Mure, L. Tafforeau, C. Macri et al., Epstein-Barr virus protein EB2 stimulates cytoplasmic mRNA accumulation by counteracting the deleterious effects of SRp20 on viral mRNAs, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.40, pp.6834-6849, 2012.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00965880

T. Juven-gershon, J. Hsu, J. W. Theisen, and J. T. Kadonaga, The RNA polymerase II core promoter-the gateway to transcription, Curr. Opin. Cell Biol, vol.20, pp.253-259, 2008.

M. Kalla, A. Schmeinck, M. Bergbauer, D. Pich, and W. Hammerschmidt, AP-1 homolog BZLF1 of Epstein-Barr virus has two essential functions dependent on the epigenetic state of the viral genome, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.107, pp.850-855, 2010.

J. Kaufmann, K. Ahrens, R. Koop, S. T. Smale, and R. Müller, CIF150, a human cofactor for transcription factor IID-dependent initiator function, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.18, pp.233-241, 1998.

J. M. Keller, A. , and J. C. , Activation of the SV40 late promoter: direct effects of T antigen in the absence of viral DNA replication, Cell, vol.36, pp.90231-90240, 1984.

N. Kobayashi, T. G. Boyer, B. , and A. J. , A class of activation domains interacts directly with TFIIA and stimulates TFIIA-TFIID-promoter complex assembly, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.15, pp.6465-6473, 1995.

N. Kobayashi, P. J. Horn, S. M. Sullivan, S. J. Triezenberg, T. G. Boyer et al., DA-complex assembly activity required for VP16C transcriptional activation, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.18, pp.4023-4032, 1998.

F. S. Leach and E. S. Mocarski, Regulation of Cytomegalovirus late-gene expression: differential use of three start sites in the transcriptional activation of ICP36 gene expression, J. Virol, vol.63, pp.1783-1791, 1989.

D. K. Lee, J. Dejong, S. Hashimoto, M. Horikoshi, and R. G. Roeder, TFIIA induces confomational changes in TFIID via interactions with the basic repeat, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.12, pp.5189-5196, 1992.

S. Lee, L. Salwinski, C. Zhang, D. Chu, C. Sampankanpanich et al., An integrated approach to elucidate the intra-viral and viral-cellular protein interaction networks of a gamma-herpesvirus, PLoS Pathog, vol.7, p.1002297, 2011.

H. Leonhardt, H. Rahn, P. Weinzierl, A. Sporbert, T. Cremer et al., Dynamics of DNA replication factories in living Cells, J. Cell Biol, vol.149, pp.271-280, 2000.

J. T. Lester and N. A. Deluca, Herpes simplex virus 1 ICP4 forms complexes with TFIID and mediator in virus-infected cells, J. Virol, vol.85, pp.5733-5744, 2011.

P. M. Lieberman, Keeping it quiet: chromatin control of gammaherpesvirus latency, Nat. Rev. Microbiol, vol.11, pp.863-875, 2013.

D. Martinez-guzman, T. Rickabaugh, T. T. Wu, H. Brown, S. Cole et al., Transcription program of murine gammaherpesvirus 68, J. Virol, vol.77, pp.10488-10503, 2003.

P. Mavromara-nazos, R. , and B. , Activation of herpes simplex virus 1 gamma 2 genes by viral DNA replication, Virology, vol.161, pp.593-608, 1987.

K. Monier, J. G. Armas, S. Etteldorf, P. Ghazal, and K. F. Sullivan, Annexation of the interchromosomal space during viral infection, Nat. Cell Biol, vol.2, pp.661-665, 2000.

S. J. Morris and K. N. Leppard, Adenovirus serotype 5 L4-22K and L4-33K proteins have distinct functions in regulating late gene expression, J. Virol, vol.83, pp.3049-3058, 2009.

K. Murayama, S. Nakayama, M. Kato-murayama, R. Akasaka, N. Ohbayashi et al., Crystal structure of Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase processivity factor BMRF1, J. Biol. Chem, vol.284, pp.35896-35905, 2009.

S. Nakayama, T. Murata, Y. Yasui, K. Murayama, H. Isomura et al., Tetrameric ring formation of epstein-barr virus polymerase processivity factor is crucial for viral replication, J. Virol, vol.84, pp.12589-12598, 2010.

P. O'hare, H. , and G. S. , Evidence for a direct role for both the 175,000-and 110,000-molecular-weight immediate-early proteins of herpes simplex virus in the transactivation of delayed-early promoters, J. Virol, vol.53, pp.751-760, 1985.

P. O'hare, H. , and G. S. , Three trans-acting regulatory proteins of herpes simplex virus modulate immediate-early gene expression in a pathway involving positive and negative feedback regulation, J. Virol, vol.56, pp.723-733, 1985.

M. Olesky, E. E. Mcnamee, C. Zhou, T. J. Taylor, and D. M. Knipe, Evidence for a direct interaction between HSV-1 ICP27 and ICP8 proteins, Virology, vol.331, pp.94-105, 2005.

S. Omoto and E. S. Mocarski, Cytomegalovirus UL91 is essential for transcription of viral true late (?2) genes, J. Virol, vol.87, pp.8651-8664, 2013.

S. Omoto and E. S. Mocarski, Transcription of true late (?2) Cytomegalovirus genes requires UL92 function that is conserved among betaand gammaherpesviruses, J. Virol, vol.88, pp.120-130, 2014.

J. Ozer, K. Mitsouras, D. Zerby, M. Carey, and P. M. Lieberman, Transcription factor IIA derepresses TATA-binding protein (TBP)-associated factor inhibition of TBP-DNA binding, J. Biol. Chem, vol.273, pp.14293-14300, 1998.

Y. Perng, J. A. Campbell, D. J. Lenschow, Y. , and D. , , 2014.

, Human Cytomegalovirus pUL79 is an elongation factor of RNA polymerase II for viral gene transcription, PLoS Pathog, vol.10, p.1004350

Y. C. Perng, Z. Qian, A. R. Fehr, B. Xuan, Y. et al., The human Cytomegalovirus gene UL79 is required for the accumulation of late viral transcripts, J. Virol, vol.85, pp.4841-4852, 2011.

M. S. Roberts, A. Boundy, P. O'hare, M. C. Pizzorno, D. M. Ciufo et al., Direct correlation between a negative autoregulatory response element at the cap site of the herpes simplex virus type 1 IE175 (alpha 4) promoter and a specific binding site for the IE175 (ICP4) protein, J. Virol, vol.62, pp.4307-4320, 1988.

P. Sampath and N. A. Deluca, Binding of ICP4, TATA-binding protein, and RNA polymerase II to herpes simplex virus type 1 immediate-early, early, and late promoters in virus-infected Cells, J. Virol, vol.82, pp.2339-2349, 2007.

R. M. Sandri-goldin and G. E. Mendoza, A Herpes virus regulatory protein appears to act post-transcriptionally by affecting mRNA processing, Genes Dev, vol.6, pp.848-863, 1992.

T. R. Serio, N. Cahill, M. E. Prout, and G. Miller, A functionally distinct TATA box required for late progression through the Epstein-Barr virus life cycle, J. Virol, vol.72, pp.8338-8343, 1998.

T. R. Serio, J. L. Kolman, and G. Miller, Late gene expression from the Epstein-Barr virus BcLF1 and BFRF3 promoters does not require DNA replication in cis, J. Virol, vol.71, pp.8726-8734, 1997.

M. Shapira, F. L. Homa, J. C. Glorioso, and M. Levine, Regulation of the herpes simplex virus type 1 late (gamma 2) glycoprotein C gene: sequences between base pairs-34 to +29 control transient expression and responsiveness to transactivation by the products of the immediate early (alpha) 4 and 0 genes, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.15, pp.3097-3111, 1987.

K. Shibahara and B. Stillman, Replication-dependent marking of DNA by PCNA facilitates CAF-1-coupled inheritance of chromatin, Cell, vol.96, pp.80661-80664, 1999.

S. Silver, R. , and B. , Gamma 2-Thymidine kinase chimeras are identically transcribed but regulated a gamma 2 genes in herpes simplex virus genomes and as beta genes in cell genomes, Mol. Cell. Biol, vol.5, pp.518-528, 1985.

S. T. Smale and J. T. Kadonaga, The RNA polymerase II core promoter, Annu. Rev. Biochem, vol.72, pp.449-479, 2003.

M. J. Song, S. Hwang, W. H. Wong, T. Wu, S. Lee et al., Identification of viral genes essential for replication of murine ?-herpesvirus 68 using signature-tagged mutagenesis, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.102, pp.3805-3810, 2005.

K. R. Steffy and J. P. Weir, Mutational analysis of two herpes simplex virus type 1 late promoters, J. Virol, vol.65, pp.6454-6463, 1991.

M. F. Stinski, Sequence of protein synthesis in cells infected by human cytomegalovirus: early and late virus-induced polypeptides, J. Virol, vol.26, pp.686-701, 1978.

A. Sugimoto, T. Kanda, Y. Yamashita, T. Murata, S. Saito et al., Spatiotemporally different DNA repair systems participate in EpsteinBarr virus genome maturation, J. Virol, vol.85, pp.6127-6135, 2011.

A. Sugimoto, Y. Sato, T. Kanda, T. Murata, Y. Narita et al., Different distributions of epstein-Barr virus early and late gene transcripts within viral replication compartments, J. Virol, vol.87, pp.6693-6699, 2013.

W. C. Summers and G. Klein, Inhibition of Epstein-Barr virus DNA synthesis and late gene expression by phosphonoacetic acid, J. Virol, vol.18, pp.151-155, 1976.

M. Szyf, L. Eliasson, V. Mann, G. Klein, R. et al., Cellular and viral DNA hypomethylation associated with induction of Epstein-Barr virus lytic cycle, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, vol.82, pp.8090-8104, 1985.

S. Tang, K. Yamanegi, and Z. Zheng, Requirement of a 12-base-pair TATT-containing sequence and viral lytic DNA replication in activation of the Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus K8.1 late promoter, J. Virol, vol.78, pp.2609-2614, 2004.

G. P. Thomas and M. B. Mathews, DNA replication and the early to late transition in adenovirus infection, Cell, vol.22, pp.90362-90363, 1980.

T. Tsurumi, T. Daikoku, R. Kurachi, and Y. Nishiyama, Functional interaction between Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase catalytic subunit and its accessory subunit in vitro, J. Virol, vol.67, pp.7648-7653, 1993.

E. J. Wade, K. M. Klucher, and D. H. Spector, An AP-1 binding site is the predominant cis-acting regulatory element in the 1.2kilobase early RNA promoter of human cytomegalovirus, J. Virol, vol.66, pp.2407-2417, 1992.

E. J. Wade and D. H. Spector, The human Cytomegalovirus origin of DNA replication (oriLyt) is the critical cis-acting sequence regulating replicationdependent late induction of the viral 1.2-kilobase RNA promoter, J. Virol, vol.68, pp.6567-6577, 1994.

L. M. Wagner, A. Bayer, and N. A. Deluca, Requirement of the N-terminal activation domain of herpes simplex virus ICP4 for viral gene expression, J. Virol, vol.87, pp.1010-1018, 2012.

L. M. Wagner, J. T. Lester, F. L. Sivrich, and N. A. Deluca, The N terminus and C terminus of herpes simplex virus 1 ICP4 cooperate to activate viral gene expression, J. Virol, vol.86, pp.651-663, 2012.

T. Watanabe, Y. Narita, M. Yoshida, Y. Sato, F. Goshima et al., The Epstein-Barr Virus BDLF4 gene is required for efficient expression of viral late lytic genes, J. Virol, vol.89, pp.10120-10124, 2015.

R. J. Watson and J. B. Clements, A herpes simplex virus type 1 function continuously required for early and late virus RNA synthesis, Nature, vol.285, pp.329-330, 1980.

S. P. Weinheimer and S. L. Mcknight, Transcriptional and posttranscriptional controls establish the cascade of herpes simplex virus protein synthesis, J. Mol. Biol, vol.195, pp.90487-90493, 1987.

S. R. Wiley, R. J. Kraus, F. Zuo, E. E. Murray, K. Loritz et al., SV40 early-to-late switch involves titration of cellular transcriptional repressors, Genes Dev, vol.7, p.2206, 1993.

E. Wong-ho, T. Wu, Z. H. Davis, B. Zhang, J. Huang et al., Unconventional sequence requirement for viral late gene core promoters of murine Gammaherpesvirus 68, J. Virol, vol.88, pp.3411-3422, 2014.

T. Wu, T. Park, H. Kim, T. Tran, L. Tong et al., ORF30 and ORF34 are essential for expression of late genes in murine gammaherpesvirus 68, J. Virol, vol.83, pp.2265-2273, 2009.

L. S. Wyrwicz, R. , and L. , Identification of Herpes TATTbinding protein, Antiviral Res, vol.75, pp.167-172, 2007.

S. Zabierowski and N. A. Deluca, Differential cellular requirements for activation of herpes simplex virus type 1 early (tk) and late (gC) promoters by ICP4, J. Virol, vol.78, pp.6162-6170, 2004.

C. Zhou and D. M. Knipe, Association of herpes simplex virus type 1 ICP8 and ICP27 proteins with cellular RNA polymerase II holoenzyme, J. Virol, vol.76, 2002.